Spiraling Whitefly Symptoms

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With more than 75 different whiteflies reported in Florida alone, these small, winged insects can wreak havoc on your palm trees, fruit trees, plants, and even your cherished outdoor space. Spiraling Whitefly Symptoms Include Wilted, Unhealthy Leaves Spiraling whiteflies feed off the underside of a leaf, stealing the nutrients needed to maintain healthy foliage. Therefore, if you are noticing wilted …

5 Ways To Prevent Mosquitoes From Invading Your Fort Myers Home

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5 Ways To Prevent Mosquitoes From Invading Your Fort Myers Home In Fort Myers, the beautiful beaches and warm weather attract us to the outdoors. Unfortunately, there is one catch—mosquitoes. I think we can all agree mosquitoes are an annoyance and we are searching for the best mosquito prevention for our Fort Myers home. They also carry harmful diseases that …

How To Prevent No-see-um Bites At Home

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How To Prevent No-see-um Bites At Home “What is biting me?”  If you’ve ever found yourself frantically scratching your legs and arms, while enjoying a nice chat with your neighbors at dusk, you’ve probably unknowingly experienced the bite of no-see-ums. Before we discuss preventing no-see-um bites at your Fort Myers home, let’s take a closer look at these irritating insects. …

Are You Magnetically Attracted To Mosquitoes?

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Have you ever said to yourself, “Mosquitos seem to hunt me down!” Believe it or not, there is some truth to this statement. It’s actually a combination of factors that contribute to these little ankle biters following you around that outdoor barbeque. Let’s look at a few to discover why mosquitoes find you especially delicious. Why Do Mosquitoes Bite? The …

Mosquito Control in Southwest Florida After Hurricane Irma

On September 10th, 2017, Hurricane Irma swept across Southwest Florida, bringing not only heavy winds, but widespread flooding. Thankfully, adult mosquitoes don’t generally survive the high winds that hurricanes bring, so during the hot, stagnant days of no power that followed this massive storm, at least we weren’t covered with mosquitoes. Unfortunately, the flooding caused by Hurricane Irma across much …